What is the Functional Clinical Assessment?
The Functional Clinical Assessment is a process which allows us to identify organ systems under stress and then prioritize support accordingly. Every organ system is surrounded by a NEURO (brain) – VASCULAR (blood vessel) or NEURO-LYMPHATIC (lymph vessels) network. When an organ system becomes stressed, blood and or lymph is shunted to these networks in efforts to draw the necessary nutrients to support the organ. This collection of fluid takes up space and registers as tenderness in the body at that organ system which we ask you to rate between 0-10. Because of the neural or electrical connection between the brain and organs, we can place a specific nutrient on the tongue that each organ needs which is registered by the brain. If the nutrient is exactly what that organ system needs to restore function we get direct feedback within around 15 seconds via a change in tenderness rating.
Our bodies innate immune system is always trying to communicate with us (that gut instinct or hunch) but we have never been taught how to understand those signals. The FAC is the ability for each of us to communicate directly with what our bodies need.